"The authors start by saying this book describes a modern tragedy. Nothing could be more accurate." -- Pep Talk, Spring, 2005
"a book that parents of gifted children, educators, psychologists and physicians need to read." -- Outlook Magazine, Minnesota Council for the Gifted and Talented
"the kind of diagnostic thinking that represents the best ethical and professional functioning in our field...required reading" -- The National Psychologist, January/February 2005
About the Author
The authors, James T. Webb, Ph.D., Edwards R. Amend, Psy.D., Nadia E. Webb, Psy.D., Jean Goerss, M.D., Paul Beljan, Psy.D., and F. Rich Olenchak, Ph.D., include the President of the National Association for Gifted Children, two clinical neuropsychologists, two clinical psychologists, and a board-certified pediatrician formerly affiliated with The Mayo Clinic.